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Sour, spicy, or sweet, pickled veggies are great alongside burgers, in sandwiches, and for snacking—even in the depths of winter



Taylor Mathis

1. Reid’s pickled okra, $8.99
    Reid’s Fine Foods, 704-377-1312

2. Watermelon rind pickles, $10.99
    Reid’s Fine Foods

3. Pickled sweet brussels sprouts, $6.80
    The Bradford Store, 704-439-4303

4. Reid’s pickled asparagus, $7.99
    Reid’s Fine Foods

5. Pickled garlic, $6
    Pickleville at Atherton Market, 704-966-6873

6. The Relish Barn pickled beets, $5.50
    Mecklenburg County Market, 704-533-5272

7. Pickled jalapeños, $6
    Pickleville at Atherton Market

8. Double B Farms salty dill pickles, $10.75
    Mecklenburg County Market

9. Hiatt’s hot green tomato pickles, $3.75
    The Bradford Store

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Reader Comments:
Jan 28, 2013 02:23 pm
 Posted by  pickleman

Thanks for the mention in you great article. Please, next time you come to Atherton Market try some of our Kosher Style pickles, pickled cabbage and sour green tomatoes very much like the pickles you might find on the Lower East Side of NYC. They are probiotic and have no vinegar.
the Pickleman from Pickleville
www.pickleville.net

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